You play on autopilot and dont really think about the game. You think you are being smart by 'disguising your seismic slam with a double jump'? Think again. Each kit has tricks, but people who use the same kit use the same exact tricks, and they use them over and over and over- no variation, no thought, no real mixups. If you know the tricks, you know what every pub player under the sun is going to do before they even consider it. You KNOW that when that Sheep tries to jump away, they are IMMEDIATELY going to wooly rocket - DJ and you can fire a projectile above them for an ez stock. You KNOW that Iron Golem is going to burn their recovery and DJ because they are moving towards you, and all you have to do is combo them to the ledge for an ez stock. You KNOW that Chicken is waiting for someone to try to cross the ledge so they can gimp with egg blaster. But if you are pub wolf #367, the only thing you can MAYBE bring to the table against a better player is mechanics. Because when neither player thinks about what they are doing, the game becomes reduced to execution and a little luck. This game, like many others, is INCREDIBLY fun when both players actually think about what they are doing beyond just what """tricks""" their kit has that are 'good'. But you dont think, do you?